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Google AdSense 2.0 Features Actionable Animated Graphs For Key Reports

Google has just updated the official iOS app of Google AdSense, its popular service that allows website publishers to earn revenue from target advertisements, to version 2.0. Offering access to key data for Google AdSense and AdMob accounts, Google AdSense for iOS lets you view important metrics, reports, and payment alerts. And now, with Google AdSense 2.0, you can now view animated graphs for reports:
You asked and we listened. The app now features all of the common reports from the AdSense website with beautiful (if we do say so ourselves) animated graphs throughout. If you see a graph, try tapping it, turning your device on its side, swiping it or holding one (or two!) fingers on it.
[caption id="attachment_495713" align="aligncenter" width="320"] Google AdSense[/caption] In Google AdSense 2.0, you can turn your device on its side to view a graph in full screen. You can hold a full-screen graph with one finger to examine a value or with two fingers to compare values. Also, you can tap a bar chart in portrait mode or swipe it in landscape mode to show a pie chart, when supported. The latest update to Google AdSense also lets you hide alerts that you've viewed or acted upon right from the app. Note, though, that you still need to resolve them on the AdSense website to totally clear them. Google AdSense 2.0 is available now in the App Store for free. It's optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 6.0 or later. Google AdSense for iOS was released early last August. It received its first update later that month, thereby gaining support for more metrics and other enhancements. See also: Google Drive Can Now Sort Files By Title Or When Last Opened, Google Updates Google Play Books, Adds OCR-Based Search For Scanned Pages, and Google Confirms New Chromecast-Compatible iOS Apps Are Incoming. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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